CEAS | Distant Shores: Colonial Encounters on China’s Maritime Frontier

Ingraham Hall, Room 206 1155 Observatory Dr., Madison, WI

Distant Shores: Colonial Encounters on China's Maritime Frontier In a story that dawns with the Industrial Revolution and culminates in the Great Depression, this talk will reveal how the migration of Chinese laborers and merchants …

LEAR | Inside a Secret Print House of the 17th Century

6191 Helen C. White Hall 600 N. Park St., Madison, WI

"Inside a Secret Print House of the Seventeenth Century" Professor David Como, Stanford University, History Tuesday, November 29th, 2022 | 5:00–6:15pm | 6191 Helen C. White Hall For more information, please email: bridget.anderson@wisc.edu

Art Dept. | Visiting Artist Colloquium: Felice Amato

Conrad A. Elvehjem Building, Room L160 L160 Conrad A. Elvehjem Building, Madison, WI

Felice Amato is an assistant professor at Boston University, where her interdisciplinary practice and teaching focus on puppets and masks. She fell in love with puppets, so to speak, while completing her MFA and subsequent …

Paul Mellon Centre | Rereading Constable: Letters, Life and Art

How do artists’ letters articulate professional and personal affiliations, embody networks and forge allegiances? What role has letter writing played in artistic self-fashioning? In what ways do letters serve as a form of art-historical evidence, …

The Courtauld | Textures of a New Eden

In the first half of the nineteenth century, the sense that America had fallen, and the question of how it might be redeemed, fed the imagination of writers and artists on both sides of the …